Some times when you have these engines apart the cylinders get dry and loose compression. its an easy check and dont cost anything just put a couple cap fulls of oil into the cylinders and see if it helps
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Re: 95 camry won`t start
Have the head gasket torqued to 60psi each bolt? if so, either the spark plug grooves got a crack, or the head is bent due to a past overheat... or overheats. If so, send the head to a machine shop and have it leveled out, and replace all gaskets replaced when putting back on. That includes, manifold, header, and head gaskets, as well as the oil seals and O-rings. Hope this will help you.
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Perform a compression test on your cylinders. One unfortunate result of overheating is the blown head gasket. Without compression your motor will not run. Tester are not super expensive or some stores will lend tools.
engine got probably way too too hot could blowed head gasket cracked cylinder head.depends on how low coolant got if coolant level got close empty probably got engine damage.if coolant didnt get too low wait until engine cool down try cranking it.engine could have got so hot burned out ignition module.
If you can get your Hands on a ENGINE COMPRESSION TESTER (they sell them at Harbor Freight), you are going to find out that you blew the Head Gasket and your Compression is Low.... Probably 2 are down below 120 (Closer to 50)
If you have low compression you have only a few things that cause that. 1. you have a blown head gasket. 2. you have a cracked head. 3. your piston rings are shot. With a no start condition I can almost garuntee you have either number 1. or 2. If you wanna check the crank sensor, have someone spin the motor while you pull off a spark plug boot. If you hear/see it firing then the crank sensor is good. Crank sensors either work or they dont. If the crank sensor is bad, you will lose fuel and fire.
If this car has no or low compression i dont think its going to run, you can try holding the gas pedal to the floor and cranking it, you may nned to hold the gas pedal to keep it running but low or no compression i dont know, but its wroth a try.good day
hi, it sounds like the head gasket has gone take out the spark plugs and check for signs of water also check the oil for signs of water as this to me looks and sounds like the head gasket has failed and will need replacing.
If water is not present then try starting the car with the coolant filler cap off and see if it starts if it does then this is head gasket failure if it still dont start then your going to need to get a compression test done and then this will tell you if the gasket is good or bad but to me it sounds like head gasket failure.
If the gasket needs replacing then you need to also check the water pump is working and also test the thermostat as any of these failing can cause the head gasket to blow again so make sure you get these checked ok.
Let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok